Innovation, Productivity & Environment for Sustainable Business.

Code Of Conduct

Tusuka and all our business partners will adhere to follow this Code of Conducts as explained below:

  1. All workers have the right to choose their employment. There is no forced, bonded or involuntary, prison labour during or after employment and are free to leave their employer after reasonable notice as per law. We also employ the disable persons at our facilities.
  2. Discrimination: Discrimination in employment, including recruitment, hiring, training, working conditions, job assignments, pay, benefits, promotions, discipline, termination, or retirement on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, social origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin, or political opinion is prohibited.
  3. Forced Labor: Tusuka will not allow forced labor whether in any form including prison labor, indentured labor, or bonded labor. Overtime hours must be voluntary. Migrant workers should be provided with contracts, treatment, and wages that equal those of local workers.
  4. Child Labor: No worker shall be employed under the age of 15, or under the age of completion of compulsory education, or under the minimum age for employment in the country of manufacture, whichever is greater. Tusuka hires the workers of 18 years of age.
  5. Working Hours: Except in extraordinary business circumstances prescribed by law, workers shall not be required to work (inclusive of overtime) more than the legally prescribed limits or 60 hours, whichever is less, and one day off in every seven day period shall be pr Production facilities shall comply with applicable laws that entitle workers to vacation time, leave periods and holidays.
  6. Wages: Wages are essential for meeting the basic needs of workers. Workers will be compensated by wages, including overtime pay and benefits which satisfy all applicable laws and regulations.
  7. Health & Safety and Fire Safety All production and residential facilities must be structurally safe, and factory conditions must be consistent with all applicable laws, regulations, and Tusuka policy. All production and residential facilities must take all possible precautions to reduce the risk of fire, and have adequate plans to protect the lives of the workers in the event of a health & safety and fire.
  8. Environmental & Chemical Adherence to all local laws protecting the environment is required. Factories must conduct business so as to minimize the impact on the environment, including reducing waste and maximizing recycling initiatives. Facilities must ensure environmental management practices with respect to water and air quality, water and energy efficiency and waste reduction and also ensure the use of Eco friendly chemicals & machines for washing process.
  9. Harassment:  No worker shall be subject to any physical, sexual, psychological, or verbal harassment or abuse.
  10. Freedom of Association & Collective Bargaining: All workers must have the right to establish and join a legal organization of their own choosing, without being penalized for the non-violent exercise of these rights and to bargain collectively, without prior authorization from facilities.
  11. Grievances & Suggestions: Facilities shall ensure that workers can independently submit their all grievances and suggestions throughout various steps, such as Grievance & suggestion BOX, Top Management Phone Number, must have available in all production floors.
  12. Anti-Bribery & Anti-Corruption: As per Tusuka policy, it will conduct business honorably and without the use of bribery or other corrupt practices. We are committed to achieving the highest standards of business integrity and compliance with our obligations.
  13. Anti-gif t & Anti-entertainment: Tusuka strictly follows the Anti-gift & Anti-entertainment policy throughout it’s business practices.
  14. Factory Security & Customs Compliance: Factories must implement minimum security criteria and best practices to help secure our supply chain from terrorist activity based on a set of recommendations developed as a result of the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) initiative with US importe Facilities must have the policy, procedures to ensure the integrity and security of processes relevant to the transportation, handling and storage of cargo in the supply chain. It should also have IT policy, procedures and standards in place for Security Survilance System.